The K8 school announces the opening of admissions for the year 2022-23; presents the nursery and foundation programs – ThePrint

New Delhi [India], Dec. 14 (ANI / NewsView): The only accredited online school in India, serving Kindergarten to Grade 8 students, has announced the addition of kindergarten to its school.

K8 School is accredited by Cognia, USA, the largest and most prestigious academic accreditation in the world, and so far offers 100% online home education for KG through 8th grade.

With the addition of Kindergarten Now, K8 School becomes an online school for children from 3.5 years old. K8 School is also adding core curricula for all Kindergarten, KG and Grade 1 students to orient these students before starting their classes.

The addition of Kindergarten and Foundation programs will support K8 School’s mission of providing parents with a comprehensive preschool program for their children, in addition to the already existing programs for elementary (grades 1 to 5) and middle school (grades 6-8), making it a safe school offering for grade 8 of kindergarten online classes.

India’s First Online School Now Trusted By Thousands Of Parents In India

In the official statement released by K8 School, K8 School Founder and CEO Sharad Bhatia said, “We are extremely grateful to parents across the country for believing in us and we will do our best for us. ensure that we continue to innovate and excel. We are launching a very futuristic and interactive kindergarten program at K8 School because we know that parents want their children to receive a world class education from the start. K8 School is also adding core Kindergarten to Grade 1 programs, so all of our students are academically ready for online learning, even before our core classes begin. The K8 school curriculum is now more powerful than ever, and our students continue to learn in the world’s most multicultural classrooms. Very soon we would also be starting a lot of post-class activities that would increase interactions between our students and make learning faster, easier and smoother. We are moving towards independent learning for students with little or no help from parents, and this is the only way each child’s potential can be fully developed. I am also happy to announce that we are declaring admissions open for the 2022-23 academic year and even before this announcement hundreds of parents have already reserved places for their children.

K8 School is powered by Discovery Education

K8 School is powered by Discovery Education, the digital learning company of Discovery Inc., which is a more household name via Discovery Channel. In addition, K8 School offers a comprehensive online school in India through its online platforms which include learning management system, student management system and mobile app.

When asked to elaborate on the K8 school online platform, Sharad Bhatia added, “No other school in India has a powerful online learning platform like ours. . We recently added a mobile app to our school that parents simply loved for its simplicity and user-friendliness. We treat every child as unique and that is why we are building the most unique school in India. Regardless of a child’s final career goal, we make sure to provide the child with the best possible school environment to pursue and achieve that goal. At K8 school, in addition to being successful in their studies, children also have time for other things in life outside of school, so that their development is holistic. This is where we are better than any traditional school. We bring the best of online school, homeschool, traditional school, tuition, and after-school academies all under one roof.

A smooth and hassle-free online admission process

The admission process to K8 School is very straightforward. Parents can guarantee their child’s admission by filling out a simple form and submitting the child’s basic documents and it only takes a few minutes.

Visit the K8 school website: for more information on the admission process.

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